AFI 91-207 PDF

In a nutshell, Airmen riding through 20 years of service will be required to attend at least four training courses. Each of the courses will build on the other as shown in the below chart. Level II Intermediate : Riders entering the service with an endorsement will automatically be required to attend a Level II training course within one year. Additional training maybe required if a rider who currently rides a cruiser-style motorcycle decides to ride a sport-bike style motorcycle. Sport bike riders will complete a Level II sport bike training course. What do all the Motorcycle Safety Foundation acronyms mean?

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In a nutshell, Airmen riding through 20 years of service will be required to attend at least four training courses. Each of the courses will build on the other as shown in the below chart. Level II Intermediate : Riders entering the service with an endorsement will automatically be required to attend a Level II training course within one year.

Additional training maybe required if a rider who currently rides a cruiser-style motorcycle decides to ride a sport-bike style motorcycle. Sport bike riders will complete a Level II sport bike training course. What do all the Motorcycle Safety Foundation acronyms mean? In , the MSF updated their training curriculum.

In an effort to clear up confusion on the courses and provide a standardized way of interpreting which course the acronyms stand for, the following guidance is offered. All of the older MSF courses will be shown with the year the course was replaced by an updated course e. One thing to note, when it comes to BRC2 and BRC2, only the newer version is approved for sport-bike related training because it concentrates on more advanced braking, maneuvering and behavior.

One of the most frequent miscommunications the Air Force Safety Center hears is that the Air Force is getting out of the motorcycle safety training business. This simply is not the case. In , a decision was made to focus the limited training resources available on those personnel who truly have an intention to ride a motorcycle and to also turn the requirement for obtaining a license over to the states.

It is the state licensing programs that provide riders not only with the basic operations of a motorcycle, but provide a key element in the licensing — the laws. SEGT us. Looking to travel while stationed abroad? Check out our other Pacific community sites! Skip to main content.

At the start of the riding season the Air Force Motorcycle Program Manager lets Air Force riders know some basic requirements for rider training and what the acronyms mean. Motorcycle safety training is an important component in keeping Airmen who ride safe and ready to support wartime operations. Air Force illustration by Keith Wright. Follow us on social media! Air Force. Recommended Content. Air Force recruits start receiving new OCP uniform in basic training.

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